Advanced Placement (AP)

A) Describe the circumstances that led to the success of Roman Catholicism in Western Europe. B) Describe the circumstances that led to the success of Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe.

C) Explain ONE significant difference between these two sects of Christianity.

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